Eugene, OR, July 19, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Diverse people from around the world are offering their talent for charity.
Representing the Indies In Action group, 60 authors and poets have combined to contribute 78 different writings in a charity anthology called "Twist of Fate," to help tornado victims in Oklahoma. The authors represent people from all around the globe. Nine countries are represented, and several of the contributors actually live in or have lived in "Tornado Alley." It is a grassroots, group effort to help those who need it the most. All proceeds from the sales of the book will be donated to the May Tornadoes Relief Fund, administered by the United Way. The anthology is available in electronic form at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Smashwords. Paperback versions are available at Createspace and Amazon. Links provided following this press release.
According to the publisher, Stephen L. Wilson, “It is the goal of the IIA group to not only raise money for charity, but to create a platform where Indie authors can make an active difference."
"...'Twist of Fate' is an anthology of poetry and a few short stories, I highly recommend. The book was produced by caring people from around the world FOR caring people from around the world who wish to benefit the tornado victims of Oklahoma ... Twist of Fate needs to sit on your coffee table and rest comfortably in your heart.” - Best-selling author Don Bendell
For further information or to request interviews please contact publisher, Stephen L. Wilson.
Stephen L. Wilson (Publisher)